Nuclei Far From Stability and Atomic Masses and Fundamental Constants 1992.

Nuclei Far From Stability and Atomic Masses and Fundamental Constants 1992.

by Taylor and Francis, A. Wohr (Editor)


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780750302623
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 05/28/1993
Series: Institute of Physics Conference Series , #13
Pages: 1040
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 2.30(d)

Table of Contents

Papers include: Atomic masses: High precision Penning trap mass spectroscopy of the light ions. Recent achievements in the ETFSI model of nuclear masses, shapes and fission barriers. Nuclear moments and radii: Nuclear radii and moments of rare-earth elements from laser spectroscopy. Revelation of thick neutron skins in nuclei. Nuclei near the drip-lines: Experiments to determine the structure of light neutron-rich nuclei. Influence of the separation energy on the radius of weakly bound systems. Heaviest elements, fission and cluster radioactivity: On the properties and stability of the heaviest nuclei. Nuclear spectroscopy and nuclear shapes: Microscopic description of nuclear spectra, transitions and superdeformation using the Gogny force. Symmetries in nuclei - collective motion from a fermion perspective. Basic investigations in beta decay: The decay of the neutron. Nuclear aspects on astrophysics: Unstable nuclei in astrophysics. Incompressibility of neutron-rich nuclear matter in collapsed stars. Experimental developments: Radioactive ion-beams post-accelerated to low and medium energies. ESR - a powerful instrument for high-resolution experiments with heavy nuclei.

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